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Dead in Dubai (Lee Carruthers #2) by [Larew, Marilynn]
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Dead in Dubai (Lee Carruthers #2) Kindle Edition

4.2 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
Book 2 of 2 in Lee Carruthers (2 Book Series)

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Length: 284 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Editorial Reviews

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"The author's appealing protagonist makes a welcome second appearance in a story that's stronger and more riveting than her previous outing." Kirkus Reviews

"This is a spy thriller filled with cross, double cross and triple cross. I haven't read a good spy thriller where you cannot take anything at face value in a real long time." VicG 

"A female sleuth, international diamond trade, spy v. spy thriller, served up with wry wit and a lot of action! Entertaining!"  Chanticleer Book Reviews 

"The plot is like a pretzel with its twists and turns."
 Richard Lang

 "Dead in Dubai kicks off with a bullet, a near miss, and ends with four: Tears came to my eyes but they didn't spoil my aim. I shot him four times."
D. J. Adamson

From the Back Cover

Why is CIA officer George Branson dead in Dubai? It looks like straight detective work, finding out what George has been up to and why he's dead, but when former CIA analyst Lee Carruthers arrives in Dubai, she walks into a deadly war between two rival Merchants of Death vying for market share. She learns that George has worked for each man under a different name. With his own, that gives George three identities. Which man is dead? Has George really been working for the Agency, or has he sold out and, if so, to whom? Who are the men following her? And why does she keep finding diamonds?